The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life in the Universe
Lori Kamikawa writes, "My husband, Delbert, took this picture while we visited the Franz Josef Glacier in the South Island of New Zealand. It is funny to note that I was born and raised in Waiau (Pearl City). Their Waiau is the name of the valley that the glacier formed and empties into."
Drusilla Tanaka of Kaneohe was on vacation in Minneapolis. While looking for the AAA office, she found the Hawaiikiki restaurant, located in the Baker Center on Marquette Avenue downtown. The menu includes shave ice and Kona coffee.
Former Honolulu resident Vince Ebata lives in Texas now. He spotted Kawaii's, Hawaii's Finest Shaved Ice, in Round Rock, Texas, about 200 miles south of Dallas.
"The Search for Signs of Hawaiian Life in the Universe"
is just that: We're looking for evidence of Hawaiiana everywhere but Hawaii. Send snapshots and a description to TSFSOHLITU, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 500 Ala Moana, Suite 7-210, Honolulu, HI 96813; or e-mail JPEGs or TIFFs to HiLife@starbulletin.com